Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1963

Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 28, 2020

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Couriering the area this week in 1963 — The Southwest High School Trojan football team lost to East Forsyth 0-19.

Captain Arvel Hensley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hensley of Clemmons, was awarded the Army Commendation Medal by the secretary of the Army.

Southwest High School inducted National Honor Society members into the organization. They were Karen Jarvis, Barton Bridges, Patsy Tucker, Becky Cooper, Kay Moser, Mike Rothrock, Jenny Bailey, Brenda Mann and Wanda Joyner.

There were five senior boys that were Morehead Scholar candidates — Mike Cumbo, Barton Bridges, Mike Jennings, Larry McGivilary and Don Gabard.

The Clemmons Civic Club Auxilliary elected new officers — Mr. J. Thomas Cook, president; Mrs. Marvin Hensley, vice president; Miss Jane Hege, secretary; Mrs. Herman Orrell, assistant secretary and Mrs. James Craver, treasurer.

The Center Grove Baptist Church of Clemmons called the Rev. Frederick Creasey of Sisterville, West Virginia, to fill the pastorate.

The Clemmons Garden Club observed their 10th anniversary with a tea held at the home of Mrs. S.F. McMillan.

Mrs. H. W. Humphreys hosted her neighborhood bridge club at her home. Members included: Mrs. Campbell Hunter, Mrs. Grady Shumate, Mrs. Ernest Rabil, Mrs. E.K. Whitener and Mrs. Jack Vest.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Owens, of Clemmons, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keith in honor of Mrs. Owens’ birthday.

Members of Clemmons High School 1937 graduating class were: Mary Hauser, Irene Sides, Magalene Hartley, Zelmo Brewer, Anna Lee Cooper, Beulah Faw, Gladys Howard, Lois Lashmit, Ralph Dunn, Helen Hampton, Violet Sappenfield, Catherine Downs, Dorothy Everidge, John Smith, Lena Jane Foster, Juanita Smith, Emily Allgood, Evelyn Shelton, Irving Foster, Harley Phillips, Ray Ellis, Woodrow Davis, teacher Ethel Eudy, Frank Vogler, Clarence Gabard, John Frank Tesh, James Brewer and Ralph Edwards,

Tanglewood Park officials announced plans to add nine new holes to its present 18-hole championship golf course.

There were 18 of the Lewisville Home Demonstration women that went on a tour through the Duke Power Plant in Winston-Salem.

The Pine Grove Home Demonstration Club held its November meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles D. Atwood where officers were elected. They were: Mrs. O. C. Hauser, president; Mrs. Harry L. Nunn, vice president Mrs. Conley Jones, secretary; Sarah Thomas, assistant secretary and Mrs. Wade Athan, treasurer.